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Former CCR Judge Zegrean: GEO on Criminal Codes – the Gov’t cannot amend a law undergoing debate in Parliament

An emergency ordinance on the Criminal Codes would mean judicial conflict of constitutional nature between the Government and the Parliament, because the Parliament has started the debate on the normative act and no one may take it away, former Constitutional ...

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New York Times about the ‘parallel state’, ruling party, Dragnea and Kovesi, independence of prosecutors

In a feature titled “Claiming ‘Parallel State’ Cabal, Romania’s Leaders Target Anti-Corruption Prosecutor”, The New York Times tackles the current situation in Romania, with the ruling party (PSD) and its leader Liviu Dragnea holding the large rally on June 9 ...

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Media report on SIPA archive’s being copied

A new scandal on the Romanian judiciary’s frontline has peered up on Monday following disclosures in the mass media. Journalist Dan Andronic claims in an article on evz.ro that the archive of SIPA, judiciary’s former intelligence service, would have been ...

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Corrupt magistrates – 36 get final sentences in the past two years

The number of convictions for Romanian magistrates on corruption charges has grown amazingly in recent years. During 2014-2015, in Romania, no less than 36 judges have been convicted for corruption, as for the entire period 2006-2013, adevarul.ro reports. Corruption in ...

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